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Listen up: Be your best on Twitter

The essential thing to remember about social media is that it lets you seek or enjoy the companionship of others using means that also let you consume information and that are shared by the news media.

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Not so fast, SCOTUS

A new Twitter account, @SCOTUS_servo, alerts followers when the U.S. Supreme Court edits its decisions.

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The keys to content marketing

Journalists often live by the mantra, “content is king.” The idea is that the more information you can share with your audience, the more connections you make and trust you build. The same applies to lawyers.

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Who owns your social media account, connections?

Corporate tweeters or bloggers — employees who post promotional and often entertaining commentary on behalf of their employers’ businesses — add much of their own personal brand — their voice, their opinions, their snarky remarks — to the information they are disseminating on the company’s behalf.

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Small-firm tips for using Twitter … by Twitter

The authors of “Twitter for Small Business — a Guide to Get Started” should know a bit about how to use the ubiquitous social-media service to its maximum potential; the guide is published by Twitter itself.

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Hiding in plain sight on the Internet

A federal magistrate in North Carolina has ordered Twitter not to alert any person about the existence of a search warrant for information associated with a Charlotte man who tweeted about assassinating President Barack Obama.

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Social media need for ad revenues spurs new offerings for companies

If you’re a Facebook junkie, if you have a black belt in tweeting or if you are the mayor of your favorite coffee shop on Foursquare, you might not like the news from a leading technology consultant: More advertising is coming to all your favorite social media platforms, including mobile devices, and it will be showing up in places you haven’t seen it before.

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Sheboygan mayor plans suit over Twitter account

SHEBOYGAN, Wis. (AP) — The lawyer for Sheboygan Mayor Bob Ryan says he plans to file a lawsuit against a 17-year-old who set up a Twitter account posing as Ryan and redirecting the mayor’s campaign website to his own. The Sheboygan Press reports Asher Heimermann referred to himself on the account as an “arrogant, obnoxious, incompetent fool.” The high school ...

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